You know that England cricket team is now without a permanent coach after the sacking of Peter Moores following a dispute with the former captain Kevin Pietersen. England selectors have not appointed any permanent manager yet as stand-in manager Andy Flower guided the team in West Indies. Nasser Hussain, former captain of England, has recently expressed that Flower should be appointed as the new permanent coach for the England team as he thinks the Flower can fit the bills excellently to guide the England team.
Hussain has also added that the former Zimbabwe captain developed a good relationship with Captain Andrew Strauss and Geoff Miller, the chief of the selectors. No doubt, the support Andy Flower has received from Hussain would only strengthen his probability of becoming the new full time coach of England national team.